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Renowned head trauma physician delivers keynote lecture at Hancock Symposium

Published Sep. 18 2016

In past years, Westminster College's time-honored Green Foundation Lecture has brought notables such as British prime ministers Margaret Thatcher and...

Symposium speaker raises discussion on diseases, ethics

Published Sep. 18 2016

Aric Krogstad led a guided discussion on epidemiology and zoonoses — diseases that can pass from animals to humans —...

JCAC students get fresh introduction to produce

Published Sep. 16 2016

For some students from the Jefferson City Academic Center, working with the NEEED Project Heart of Missouri Garden was their...

Hancock Symposium: Innovation is the greatest national defense plan

Published Sep. 16 2016

The future of world dominance belongs to the nation that can produce the most innovative brains, according to an expert.

Norman Lederman lectures on science education

Published Sep. 15 2016

According to Norman Lederman, schools aren't teaching science the right way.

Hancock Symposium begins

Published Sep. 15 2016

On Wednesday, Dr. Dawn Holliday, associate professor of biology and environmental science at Westminster College, took the stage in Champ...

School board discusses technology, costly lightning strike

Published Sep. 15 2016

Fulton School District officials discussed technology in the classroom and a costly lightning strike at Wednesday night's school board meeting.

One Read event shows inner working of author's mind

Published Sep. 13 2016

As part of the One Read program, participants at an event Monday got a peek of the inner workings of...

JCPS adds to spectrum of student support programs

Published Sep. 11 2016

For several years, Jefferson City Public Schools has been building up its supports for special-education students who need more individualized...

Literacy key theme for JCPS Foundation Gala

Published Sep. 11 2016

Reading is widely known as a foundational skill for student success, which is why it's being highlighted at the 2016...

Hancock Symposium begins Wednesday

Published Sep. 11 2016

Five weeks of work will come to fruition next week with the 2016 Hancock Symposium at Westminster College in Fulton.

Westminister College ranked highly for best educational value

Published Sep. 11 2016

Westminster College has been ranked in the top 5 percent of the "Best Colleges for the Money for 2017" among...

Homecoming's unsung heroes

Published Sep. 9 2016

The unsung heroes of a high school homecoming week don't receive the same fanfare as the gridiron gladiators but certainly...

Lessons learned at education meeting

Published Sep. 9 2016

About 100 school administrators, teachers and parents from Central Missouri descended on Fulton Thursday evening to discuss the state of...

Curators approve WiFi improvements, general education change

Published Sep. 9 2016

By the end of the year, Lincoln University students, staff and visitors should find improved WiFi services in most campus...

LU students urged to develop work ethic

Published Sep. 9 2016

Classes are underway and students should be looking for success, Lincoln University President Kevin Rome and Curators Board President Marvin...

Cooper settles for $450,000 from JCPS

Published Sep. 9 2016

Laura Cooper was awarded nearly half a million dollars in a settlement agreement regarding her sex and age discrimination lawsuit...

Brick Blast aims to welcome college students, familiarize them with Fulton community

Published Sep. 7 2016

Two weeks ago, new and returning students flooded the campuses of William Woods University and Westminster College.

DG donation helps with school supplies

Published Sep. 6 2016

When Dollar General's distribution center in Fulton made a donation to a local organization, they weren't expecting the organization to...

William Woods University adds 4 faculty members

Published Sep. 6 2016

Four new faculty members have joined William Woods University for the fall semester.

'Makerspaces' balance, challenge for test-heavy curriculums

Published Sep. 5 2016

Fifth-grader Bella Bartlomi sits at a table full of circuits and small robots, trying to connect the right circuits to...

Southern Boone starts early childhood special education program

Published Sep. 4 2016

The 3- and 4-year-old students arched their backs like kittens, wriggled their hips like crocodiles and kicked their legs like...

JCPS board reflects on self-evaluation

Published Sep. 4 2016

A self-evaluation taken by the Jefferson City Public School board members revealed several areas where they had dissenting opinions, but...